Welcome! It’s been awhile since I have participated in the Ink & Inspiration Blog Hop. My how I have missed you all! It’s nice to be back in the saddle again!
So, in case you didn’t know… I am Joanne Cantrell… a demonstrator from a very tiny town in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the United States.
Our theme for this month is Love. I love love, don’t you! I love my husband and I love my children… most of the time! LOL But, even more so… I love the new January-June 2020 Mini Catalog. And even more than that… I love FREE stuff from Stampin’ Up and it’s Sale-aBration time! Okay… maybe I do love my husband more. The kids… eh! Just kidding. I love them to pieces and would be lost without them! I’d be rich.. but I’d be lost!
Anywho…. back to the FREE stuff!
The first time I went through the Sale-a-Bration brochure, I zeroed in on one stamp set. It was cute and it made me giggle. And now… Stampin’Up went above and beyond and will be offering a coordinating die set to go with this FREE stamp set. So, really… It’s like buying a bundle for really cheap! Add some cardstock, ink, and ribbon and you will easily reach the $50 threshold for you FREE Sale-a-Bration item.
I can’t believe this is the first time I am inking it up. Are you ready to see what I so excited about?
It’s the Little Lady Bug set!
Now, the only way to get your hands on this set is to host a $300 workshop. Then it’s yours for FREE. Nothing else to do. Stampin’ Up will give it to you for FREE. Doesn’t that just make you love these lady bugs even more.
Of course, I did more than just simply decorate the outside of a pizza box!
I thought this set is perfect for kids to stamp and color to create their own Valentine’s for their school chums. So, let’s open up and see what’s in the box…
Wow, look at that! It’s full of little 3×3 cards and envelopes.
Suppose you probably would like to take a gander at all of them… and I right? Well, here goes…
That’s all I’ve got for you today! Go see what the others have created for you… Go on… it’s okay… Hop along!
Until next time… keep it simple, Stampers!